Don't miss a thing.
One to Watch is a standalone iPhone app to keep a record of the films you want to watch. It isn't part of an online service, so you don't need to sign up to anything in order to begin. Just open the app and get started.
One to Watch fetches film details which makes choosing a film to watch easy and it shows beautiful full screen artwork. It's also stupidly fast.
Supported: iPhone 5, 4S, 4 and 3GS. iOS 5 and above.
One to Watch is created by Mike Rhodes under the name Small Text.
You can start a search within two seconds on an iPhone 4. One to Watch even understands films sometimes change their name.
One to Watch will fetch a synopsis and thumbnail so you can be sure to get the right film. Found the right one? Just hit Add.
Quickly scroll through your list of saved items. Thumbnails make it simple to see what catches your eye.
Recap the synopsis, checkout the reviews at Metacritic, or get some extra info at IMBb or Wikipedia. Then watch.
As the credits roll, mark a film watched and give it a rating. Even email it straight to a friend.
Asked to recommend a film by a friend? Easily scan for those you liked in a separate list for watched films.
Artwork within One to Watch takes advantage of the iPhone's retina display — beautifully.
Browse to an image with the built-in browser, and you'll be able to change the artwork used for the film.
Tap the thumbnail artwork when looking at a film's details to see the artwork in amazing fullscreen without any distractions. Tap again to get back.
One to Watch uses:
I'm insanely thankful to these services, without which One to Watch would not exist.